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New book reveals problems with Common Core

It has now been more than five years since the new Common Core educational standards were released to the public and states began adopting them. Drilling through the Core, a […]

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Excuse Me, Professor: How to Speak Up Against Progressivism

College is supposed to be a time of open-mindedness – learning critical thinking skills while surrounded by a diversity of opinions. Yet it seems like every day, another story surfaces […]

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Earnest shakes up market for personal, student loans

There’s a new way to get a loan and it’s so much better than the old way. New lending startup Earnest began when Louis Beryl, now the CEO, applied for a loan to attend graduate school. […]

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New Book offers A Glimpse into the Future

What life-changing innovations will we see in the next 10 years? What about 50? A new book by Alec Ross offers readers a tantalizing glimpse at “The Industries of the Future,” framing […]

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CommonLit works to improve literacy education

Education is in desperate need of reform — and startups and nonprofits are leading the way. One organization that is tackling literacy development with an innovative solution is CommonLit. Founded by […]

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Rep. Bob Dold works to promote upward mobility

In a political environment where civil discourse seems to be headed into the sewer, one congressman is making a difference both in his district and in Washington to fight for […]

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New report shows the need for education innovation

The results are in for one of the most important global rankings in education — and the scores for the United States aren’t good. The Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) is a […]

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Surveys find charter-school parents more satisfied than district-school parents

Politicians and policy experts have argued for two decades about the merits of charter schools, with many studies showing the alternative public schools perform as well or better than traditional […]

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Is College Always the Answer?

What’s the best advice you can give someone to ensure their future is full of opportunity? Most would automatically reply, “Go to college.” For many people, that’s still true. But […]

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Degree Inflation is Hurting the Middle Class

Over the last several years, millions of Americans who did not graduate with a four-year degree are finding it harder to start a fulfilling career. One major cause? Degree inflation. […]

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